Barcelona vs Villarreal LIVE Football Score 22 May 2022

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Barcelona vs Villarreal LIVE Football Score 22 May 2022


Start date: 22 May 2022 20:00
Location: Barcelona Venue: Camp Nou
Referee: Jose Luis Munuera Montero, Spain
Avg. cards: 0.36 4.67


When the odds are 2.00 the expected chance of winning is 50%, but this team actually wins 35% matches with these odds.
When the odds are 3.30 the expected chance of winning is 30%, but this team actually wins 42% matches with these odds.


Barcelona will be bidding to end their 2021-22 La Liga campaign on a high when they welcome Villarreal to Camp Nou on Sunday night.

The Catalan giants have already secured second position in the table behind Real Madrid, but Villarreal are bidding to hold off competition from Athletic Bilbao to finish seventh in Spain’s top flight.

Watching Real Madrid win the La Liga title in such emphatic fashion will not have been easy for Barcelona, while the Catalan outfit have also had to stand by while their Clasico rivals have advanced to the Champions League final.

Finishing second will never be accepted at Camp Nou, but all things considered, it has been a relatively stable second half of the season for Barcelona, who will finish second in Spain’s top flight, picking up 73 points from their 37 league games thus far, which has left them five clear of third-placed Atletico Madrid.

Xavi’s side have won 21, drawn 10 and lost six of their 37 La Liga fixtures this term, and they are currently on a four-game unbeaten run, beating Mallorca, Real Betis and Celta Vigo before playing out a goalless draw with Getafe last weekend.

Barcelona, who failed in both the Champions League and Europa League this season, have the fourth-best home record in La Liga this term, picking up 38 points from 18 matches, and they will be welcoming a Villarreal side that only have the 11th-best record on their travels.

The Catalan giants have won their last five La Liga matches against the Yellow Submarine, meanwhile, including a 3-1 victory in the reverse game earlier this season.
Villarreal have not actually beaten Barcelona in La Liga since March 2008, when they recorded a 2-1 victory at Camp Nou, which is an indication of the size of their task on Sunday evening.

The Yellow Submarine reached the semi-finals of this season’s Champions League, losing to Liverpool in the final four, but they have been unable to secure a top-six finish in La Liga, having only picked up 56 points from their 37 league games this term.

Unai Emery’s side are only one point clear of eighth-placed Athletic Bilbao in the battle for seventh, which would see the club qualify for the playoff round of the Europa Conference League.

Villarreal will view any European football as a plus, but having proved themselves in this season’s Champions League, the fact that they will not be present in either the Champions League or Europa League next term will be seen as a disappointment.

Emery’s team thumped Rayo Vallecano 5-1 in their last away match on May 12, but they suffered a 2-1 defeat to Real Sociedad in their last match on May 15.

Barcelona possible starting lineup:
Ter Stegen; Alves, Araujo, Lenglet, Alba; Gavi, Busquets, F de Jong; Dembele, Aubameyang, Torres

Villarreal possible starting lineup:
Rulli; Gaspar, Albiol, P Torres, Estupinan; Chukwueze, Capoue, Parejo, Coquelin; Lo Celso, Dia

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